Detroit Michigan is not my location that's the one individual that's illegally on my phones internets location I screen shot this for proof I'm in ohio toledo ohio watched all day long Michigan is not my location
If you believe you have strong cases for personal injury, civil rights, or constitutional law violations, it's crucial to gather and organize all your evidence, including screenshots and any other documentation you have. This evidence will be key in presenting your case effectively....View More
We are in Ohio. He was a single man with no spouse to pass his real estate and property to. I am told there is a Will, but as far as I can tell there is not a survivorship affidavit on file. He is listed as sole owner of his house (with a mortgage), and I am told his youngest daughter plans to sell... View More
The short answer is that you simply have some misunderstandings about the way the process works. If the title to your neighbor's house was in his name, only a legal representative can sell the house. That means probate. The alternative is if the house was in a trust or was set to pass...View More
In Ohio, non-CHL holders can carry a loaded handgun in their vehicle but it must be unloaded and placed in a locked container or a compartment that is out of the immediate reach of the driver or any occupant of the vehicle.
Here are some additional details about Ohio's gun laws for...View More
The process of filing harassment charges in Ohio can vary depending on the specific type of harassment and the jurisdiction in which it occurs. However, there are some general steps that you can follow.
The first thing you should do is to document the harassment. This includes keeping a...View More
To file harassment charges in Cincinnati, Ohio, the first step is to gather any evidence you have of the harassment. This can include messages, emails, or any other form of communication that demonstrates the harassing behavior. Documenting dates, times, and the nature of the incidents can be...View More
Is it an insider repayment? Just a verbal agreement. I was current on all of my bills at the time except mortgage was on 29th day. No delinquencies on other debts until 3 mos later. How long, if I have to wait to file?
In the context of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, repaying a loan to a family member, like your sister, can be considered an "insider payment." Insiders typically include relatives, friends, or business associates. Bankruptcy law scrutinizes such repayments made before filing, especially if they...View More
In Ohio, as in many states, consenting to a physical fight does not necessarily make it legal. Even if both parties agree to a fist fight, it can still be considered a breach of the peace or a violation of public order laws.
The legal system generally discourages acts of violence,...View More
In 2020 I was served with a no contact order that was entered into a case that I was not apart of and there was no hearing on the matter. As part of a CPS case against my wife for neglect of my stepdaughters, that has since been closed the judge made a judgment entry in the case of no contact but... View More
In Ohio, a no contact order can indeed be issued as part of a judgment entry, especially in cases related to family law or child protection matters. Such orders are generally issued to safeguard the welfare of those involved, particularly minors.
Regarding the duration of the no contact...View More
To determine if your village water company is violating the Fair Housing Act, you need to consider whether their actions involve discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. The Fair Housing Act primarily addresses housing discrimination, but...View More
In Ohio, as the owner of the car, you could be held responsible if your mother, who is insured to drive your car, gets into an accident. This is due to the principle known as "vicarious liability," which can apply to car owners when someone else operates their vehicle.
In cases like yours, where a medical discharge occurs before the fulfillment of the enlistment contract, eligibility for the enlistment bonus can be complicated. Typically, enlistment bonuses are paid out for completion of certain terms of service, and a medical discharge might affect this....View More
A family member has been required to pay child support to his ex-wife who has basically cut all ties to her 3 kids. The children live with the father and he provides all needs for them. The mother refuses to support the children at all and instead uses the child support money paid to her on her... View More
If he's paying child support then most likely it is Order or Judgment of the court----please contact a few family law attorneys in your area, set up a consultation and take a copy of Order and Judgment and discuss the pro and cons of going back to Court to change it where the father has...View More
If a child is with the dad from christmas til new years and the mom asks if she can take him on a cruise during that time and he says yes can he later change his mind and keep the child for Christmas and the time he has in the custody papers or since the agreement has been writen down in text does... View More
Technically, it is the court Order that controls where the child where children should be if the parties cannot agree. That being said, having had a written agreement to a one time alteration does complicate the situation. The facts you describe will not likely give you the ability to successfully...View More
If your apartment was raided and your electronics were seized under a search warrant, it's understandable that you would want updates on your case. However, contacting the police officer directly may not be the best approach, especially if you are a suspect in the case. Police officers are...View More
The report was made a month ago. I have an ongoing custody battle with my ex. I was never questioned or investigated. The allegations were unfounded. However, the board of DD still shared the report with the guardian ad litem and it will be mentioned in court and detrimental to my case. I did not... View More
This question is missing some critical details neccessary to answer it fully. Has discovery been conducted? Was it conducted by an attorney for this person? If the questioner has hired counsel this is a question for that attorney. Also it is crucial to know whether or not this is a dependency...View More
I always recommend pleading not Guilty. The OVI is a high level misdemeanor. A first OVI carries 6 points on your license, which will definitely affect your insurance rates. You will also get a 1-3 year license suspension. So, this is something not to take lightly. It will have an impact on...View More
Obviously, it's an abuse of process to swear out of false affidavit. Unfortunately, It is nearly impossible to get law enforcement to charge someone when it is connected to alleged domestic violence. Also, unfortunately for your brother, unless there are temporary orders in place regarding...View More
Under Ohio law, specifically O.R.C. Section 1345.02, which deals with unfair or deceptive acts or practices, most businesses operating in the state, including AT&T's Internet division, are subject to these regulations. This law applies broadly to consumer transactions and is designed to...View More
Your rights are going to depend on your marital status with the mother. If you and mother were married, your rights are identical to hers. If you and mother are not married however. You ought to file a motion to establish your custody over the children. You may do this either petitioning the court...View More
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